Alle Einträge vom 29.7.2010

Medienindustrie: Aufsteiger China

Thursday, 29.7.2010

Mobiles Internet eröffnet neue Wachstumsperspektiven. Ein Rückzug aus China ist keine sinnvolle Option. Von Dieter Burgmann. Quelle: Asien Kurier.


Peace Hotel reopens on Shanghai’s Bund

Thursday, 29.7.2010

Von Malcolm Moore. Quelle: Telegraph.


Why Taiwanese companies are latecomers to China

Thursday, 29.7.2010

“… HTC, Taiwan’s biggest maker of mobile phones …” Von Kathrin Hille. Quelle: FT.


Comics aus China – Knallbunter Kitsch gegen Kadertreue

Thursday, 29.7.2010

Von Stefan Pannor. Quelle: Spiegel.


Asian men appear as victims, not as heroes

Thursday, 29.7.2010

No place for Asian heroes in Hollywood blockbusters Von Daniel Wong (Global Times).


East Lake, Wuhan

Thursday, 29.7.2010

Lakeside dramas “… a major development is secretly underway, involving illegal expropriation, forced demolition and a blackout on information …” Von Zhang Lei (Global Times).


IMF split in China yuan exchange rate debate

Thursday, 29.7.2010

“The IMF has softened its criticism of China’s currency regime …” Von Alan Wheatley und Lesley Wroughton. Quelle: Reuters.


98 percent of the staff will be Bahamians

Thursday, 29.7.2010

China to finance $2.6 billion Bahamian resort Baha Mar project expected to add 11,000 jobs. Von Neil Hartnell (Reuters).


As China’s Economy Grows, Pollution Worsens Despite New Efforts to Control It

Thursday, 29.7.2010

Von Andrew Jacobs. Quelle: NYT.


Starb Mutterkreuz-Panda den Hitzetod? (aktualisiert)

Thursday, 29.7.2010

Jinan: Heat wave, neglect suspected in panda death (Global Times). Update: Nein, es war der Gärtner. Man detained in China over zoo panda death (AFP).